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Central African Republic council adopts new constitution
(09/01/15 02:15 AM CDT)

Central African Republic's interim President Samba-Panza holds a news conference during an EU-Africa summit in BrusselsThe transitional council in Central African Republic has adopted a constitution designed to form the base of a new government as the country attempts to turn a page on years of violence, government officials said on Monday. Before it becomes law, the constitution agreed on Sunday must pass a referendum set for Oct. 5 and followed by legislative and presidential elections on Oct. 18, with a second round slated for Oct. 22. "The sovereign people will say at the constitutional referendum whether the liberties and fundamental rights ... (in this document) permit the refounding of the republic," said Alexandre-Ferdinand Nguendet, president of the National Transitional Council.


Hundreds of refugees arrive in Vienna, switch trains towards Germany
(09/01/15 02:01 AM CDT)

Migrants wait to get on a train after crossing into Macedonia, near the border with GreeceZURICH (Reuters) - Hundreds of refugees arriving from Hungary flooded into Vienna's western railway station on Monday and ran towards the next trains heading for Germany, a Reuters reporter said. Looking happy and relieved, the migrants chanted "Germany, Germany" as volunters handed out fruit and water bottles. Police looked on, with one officer overheard saying to another: "Where are they all going? And what are we meant to be doing?"


Japan arrests 'Flipper' trainer as dolphin hunt starts
(09/01/15 01:40 AM CDT)

Animal rights activist Ric O'’Barry stands by the cove in Taiji town, the location of a controversial annual dolphin hunt, in Wakayama prefecture, western Japan on November 1, 2010Japanese police said Tuesday they had arrested US animal rights activist Ric O'Barry, who trained dolphins for the TV show "Flipper", near the town of Taiji as it kicked off its controversial dolphin hunt. "We had a report that he was drinking alcohol and driving, so officers were dispatched to find him and check his breath," a local police spokesman told AFP. O'Barry, who appeared in the Oscar-winning documentary "The Cove" which drew worldwide attention to the small town of Taiji, has frequently visited the community to protest against the dolphin hunt.


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Blue Friday: KPLC raising funds for family of Steven Vincent
(08/26/15 08:21 PM CDT)

We're asking for people to give any amount they can - 100 percent of what is collected at any site or online will be forwarded to the family of Vincent, who was killed in the line of duty. Please make checks out to Katherine Vincent, Steven Vincent's wife.

Sulphur man accused of inappropriately touching 13-year-old girl
(08/26/15 04:10 PM CDT)

A Sulphur man behind bars on a $250,000 bond is accused of inappropriately touching a 13-year-old girl while he was babysitting her at his home. According to the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office, 67-year-old Elwood P. Landry admitted to deputies that he inappropriately touched the girl.

Three suspects wanted on fraud charges
(08/24/15 10:50 AM CDT)

Arrest warrants have been issued for 3 suspects from Calcasieu Parish. Scott Police Department has identified Julius LeBleu, 31, of Iowa, Joshlynn Moore, 34, of Sulphur, and Joseph Napolitano, 39, of Sulphur as suspects that entered a local grocery store and were able to cash 5 separate stolen payroll checks in the amount of approximately $3729.00.

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